GREENBELT 2012-LINE-UP ANNOUNCED

February 23, 2012

 

Widely regarded as the leading family festival of arts, music and spoken word in the UK, Greenbelt is delighted to be able to announce that Mercury Music Prize winner Speech Debelle; audience favourite Bruce Cockburn; live folk sensation Bellowhead and the fantastic, sell-out OperaUpClose are among the first clutch of acts to be confirmed for 2012. Hosting a rich programme of visual and performing arts, spirituality, comedy, talks and debate Greenbelt takes place from 24th-27th August at Cheltenham Race Course. Tickets are on sale now and available from the festival website.


MUSIC
This year, Greenbelt will offer festival goers the richest and most diverse cultural programme available anywhere on the UK festival circuit in what will be a triumphant celebration of the arts, music, justice, tolerance and community. Critically acclaimed South London artist, Speech Debelle will bring her soulful and raw blend of poetic and powerful rhymes to the Greenbelt mainstage, combining tracks from her Mercury Music Prize-winning album with the recently released new album ‘Freedom of Speech’. With her devotion to politics and social issues and musically inspired by the likes of Michael Jackson, Tracy Chapman and Meshell Ndegeocello, this South London wonder is the perfect act to join the Greenbelt party this summer.

Canadian-born Bruce Cockburn brings his ever-evolving folk brilliance to Greenbelt’s Friday mainstage. Having been compared to the likes of Neil Young and Joni Mitchell, Cockburn is known for his virtuoso guitar playing and powerful political lyrics including hits “If I Had A Rocket Launch” plus “Wondering Where The Lions Are”. Joining Cockburn, fellow folk sensation Seth Lakeman will bring his bow-shedding violin riffs and driving tenor guitar rhythms, creating a magical atmospheric vibe filled with charismatic and passionate energy. Bellowhead will perform for the first time at Greenbelt with their “full throttle…rare and exhilarating” (Q Magazine) live showcase, rousing crowds to their feet in what is set to be a sensational performance. Described by the Daily Mirror as “one of the country’s greatest live outfits”, the 11-piece collective are previous winners of the Best Live Performance award at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards and have recently returned from their sell-out UK tour. Audiences should prepare to dance like they’ve never danced before!

Further additions to the line-up include BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards winners The Imagined Village plus “hot property” (The Guardian) folk revival band Megson with their infectious sounds and heavenly vocals, lush harmonies and driving rhythmic guitars. Thomas Traux will stun festival goers by using his bespoke inventions of strange self-made instruments in a surprising spectacle. Last but by no means least for the festivals music stage, Brooklyn-based, multi-instrumentalist and former member of American indie rock band The Hold Steady, Franz Nicolay, who is famed for combining the accordion and piano in unique way, will be making his debut at Greenbelt in 2012.

KEYNOTES & SPEAKERS
Greenbelt cements its firm reputation as offering much more than any other festival experience in the UK by today announcing the first of its speaker programme. Former University lecturer Dr. Andrew Tate joins the festival to discuss his reflective interest in postmodern fiction, theory and spirituality, Professor Mary Grey will offer insight into her vast knowledge of Feminist Liberation Theology and Spiritualities, Editor of New Humanist and former music journalist Caspar Melville will also be part of the 2012 offering.

Esteemed lecturer in philosophy and author of several books on the modern world, Giles Fraser will speak at Greenbelt and after his recent, highly publicised departure from St Paul’s in October 2011, Fraser is an exciting addition to the speaker programme. Nationally acclaimed magician and author Mark Townsend will be part of the 2012 bill using his magic and mind-reading to unlock people’s inner wonder. This astonishing, slightly unsettling but life-affirming act is not to be missed.

The “articulate, charismatic…and sophisticated operator” (Daily Telgraph) that is Rose Hudson Wilkin, who is tipped as the leading contender to become Church of England’s first female bishop joins Greenbelt’s speaker programme. Having fought for equal rights throughout her life, Wilkin’s talk will be both engaging and thoughtful revealing what it’s really like to live a double life in a parish where gang members roam, contrasted to her time spent as Chaplain to the Speaker of the House of Commons. Ruth Gledhill will also speak and as a prestigious and longstanding correspondent for The Times, her appearance at Greenbelt will be both informative and tantalising.

Reverend Richard Coles, broadcaster, writer and priest, is best known for being one half of 1980s band The Communards who enjoyed three UK Top Ten hits including ‘Don’t Leave Me This Way’ and ‘Never Can Say Goodbye’. Coles’ multi-talented reputation meant he was an obvious addition to Greenbelt’s diverse offering. Radical partner of The Simple Way, Shane Claiborne will also engage audiences with his fascinating experiences ranging from spending ten weeks alongside Mother Theresa in Calcutta to his recent three weeks spent in Baghdad with the Iraq Peace Team. Plus BBC Radio 2 Presenter Simon Mayo will be speaking about his debut children’s book Itch, a fantastic action-packed thriller. A sure hits with the kids at Greenbelt this year.

THEATRE & COMEDY
Greenbelt is excited to be welcoming OperaUpClose, the boutique opera company who will be bringing their experimental but hugely popular sell-out production of La Bohème to the festival. Having wowed audiences and reviewers alike and recently awarded the prestigious accolade of the 2011 Olivier Award for Best Opera Production, OperaUpClose unique approach to their discipline firmly embraces the thos of Greenbelt.

Kevin Tomlinson’s Kepow Theatre returns to Greenbelt for a show-stopping performance of improvisation and comedic hilarity. Having received five star reviews at Edinburgh Festival this year followed by a sell out tour, this is one show not to be missed, while fellow award-winner Tayo Aluko will also perform in the play “Call Mr Robeson” accompanied by an orchestra propelling his unusual baritone voice across the fields.

“We’re thrilled to announce the first names to Greenbelt’s 2012 Programme. With such diverse acts from the likes of Speech Debelle, OperaUpClose and Bellowhead, this year’s offering really does set Greenbelt aside from others on the festival calendar. This year we’ve developed the line-up to offer credible acts from around the world showcasing the best in the arts, music, visual and performing arts, comedy, talks and discussion. We look forward to seeing you in the field.”Paul Northup, Festival Director.

Greenbelt 2012 – Saving Paradise – takes place 24th-27th August on Cheltenham Racecourse. Celebrating 39 years on the festival calendar, year-on-year over 20,000 people enjoy the fantastic offering. Delivering a rich and diverse programme, Greenbelt committed to its support of the arts while encouraging and embracing the values of tolerance, dialogue, justice, faith and hope. A festival that gives so much, Greenbelt provides all that attend with a spellbound and life-affirming experience.

Tickets are now available from the Greenbelt festival website or via 020 7374 276. Prices are fixed until 30th April 2012 and adult weekend tickets are £99.00; adult concession weekend tickets are £68.00; under 18 weekend tickets (5 to 17 years) are £55.00; family weekend tickets (2 Adults, 2 Under 18s) are £259.00; single parent family weekend tickets (1 Adult, 2 Under 18s) are £165.00 and infants (0-4 years) go for free.

- QUOTES -
“No matter who you are or where you come from or what you believe in, if you’re open-minded and care about the arts, or think for yourself and forge your own opinions, you’ll be at home in this place.”
Art Rocker

“Britain’s greatest festival… The content, the opportunities to be challenged, affirmed, welcomed and angered as well as entertained and introduced to new things… it’s enough to make me nostalgic the day after it finishes.” The Huffington Post

“I believe in dialogue, and that’s what Greenbelt is all about.” Peter Tatchell

“Have to say, Greenbelt totally surprised me… after Glastonbury, my favourite festival this year.”
Mark Thomas

“I was deeply impressed by the mood and spirit of the festival. Most people were Christians and almost all had some religious faith but there was absolutely no dogmatism. Everyone was welcome and there was a shared spirit of belief in justice and caring.” Clare Short

“I believe in dialogue, and that’s what Greenbelt is all about.”Peter Tatchell

“People here are very questioning, not merely of other people, but of their own thoughts and beliefs too. It’s a very thoughtful festival.” Robin Ince

“Greenbelt was an eye opening experience. Here was a Christian festival where I was made to feel welcome and included. Here were people, like me, committed to a better world, where poverty and injustice were no more and who were prepared to put their faith into action.” Mohammad Imran

 

Editors Notes

Greenbelt Festival takes place annually over the August Bank Holiday weekend, gathering together artists, musicians, speakers and performers, alongside 21,000 festivalgoers at Cheltenham Racecourse. Celebrating 38 years on the festival circuit, Greenbelt is firmly rooted within a Christian tradition that is politically and culturally engaging. The festival is a family-friendly celebration, inclusive and accepting of all, regardless of ethnicity, gender, sexuality, background or belief.

Tickets

Tickets can be purchased directly from the festival website:
www.greenbelt.org/festival/tickets

Or by calling the booking hotline:
020 7374 276

Greenbelt 2012 Weekend Tickets (Price until 30th April)
Adult Wknd Ticket:
£99.00
Adult Concession Wknd Ticket:
£68.00
Under 18 Wknd Ticket
(5-17 years) £55.00
Family Wknd Ticket
(2 Adlts, 2 Und. 18s) £259.00
Single Parent Fam. Wknd Ticket
(1 Adlt, 2 Und. 18s) £165.00
Infant Wknd Ticket
(0-4 years) £0.00

Contacts

Press Information
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07817739905

Line Up

Bruce Cockburn,
Bellowhead,
Seth Lakeman,
Speech Dabelle,
Andrew Tate,
Casper Melville,
Giles Fraser,
Mark Townsend
Imagined Village ,
Kepow Theatre,
Mary Grey,
Megson,
OperaUpClose,
Richard Coles,
Shane Claiborne,
Tayo Aluko,
Thomas Truax,
Simon Mayo,
Ruth Gledhill,

Links

Website:
http://www.greenbelt.org.uk/

Facebook:
www.facebook.com/GreenbeltFestival

Twitter:
twitter.com/greenbelt



Buzzcocks, Dodgy and *Chicago Blues Legend* Eddie C Campbell Headline Friday at Rhythm Festival 2011

June 24, 2011

Buzzcocks, Dodgy and *Chicago Blues Legend* Eddie C Campbell Headline Friday at Rhythm Festival 2011

Many more acts added, including Macavity’s Cat, Dogan Mehmet & The Deerhunters and Rainy Boy Sleep.

Rhythm Festival 2011 has announced its Friday night headlining team. Punk legends BUZZCOCKS are joined by influential Brit-Rock three-piece DODGY, and one of the last surviving Chicago Blues legends, EDDIE C CAMPBELL, who flies in especially for this exclusive UK appearance.

Other acts added to the 6th Rhythm Festival line-up include mad-cap festival favourites, Macavities Cat (Sunday), the twisted Turkish-folk-rock of Dogan Mehmet & The Deerhunters (Sunday), highly-touted Derry singer/songwriter Rainy Boy Sleep (Sunday), and Blues diva Debbi Giles and her full Midnight Train band (Saturday).

They join the previously announced acts, incluidng Toots & The Maytals, Imelda May, Nick Lowe, Jack Bruce, Steve Cropper & The Animals, Terry Reid, The Blockheads, Oysterband, Burns Unit, Mud Morganfield, Sandi Thom, 9 Below Zero and Curved Air.

More acts are set to be announced for the four music stages, including the complete comedy line-up.

 

BUZZCOCKS

Buzzcocks were a huge influence on the Manchester music scene, on the Punk Rock movement and on the British music scene generally. They came together at Bolton Institute in 1975 and their first recordings, including the four-song EP Spiral Scratch (widely credited as Britain’s first independent-label punk recording) combined Beatlesque romance and melodicism with a buzzsaw guitar attack and blistering tempos and were the best for a generation. Singles Going Steady (1979) is a phenomenal collection of the band’s singles and was described by critic Ned Raggett as a “punk masterpiece”. Songs like “Harmony In My Head,” “Every Fallen in Love” and “Why Can’t I Touch It” are undoubted pop-rock classics.

The name “Buzzcocks” was chosen by Pete Shelley after reading the headline “it’s the buzz, cocks!” in a review of the TV series Rock Follies in Time Out magazine.

Buzzcocks at Rhythm Festival 2011 will be Pete Shelley, Steve Diggle, Chris Remmington and Danny Farrant.

 

DODGY

The definitive line up of Nigel Clark, Andy Miller and Mathew Priest is back…

The first time round, Dodgy were only together for seven years but in that time they sold over a million records, released three albums and 12 Top 40 singles, including 3 Top 10s and the Top 5 hit Good Enough, still a staple of the Radio 2 playlist. They sold out the Brixton Academy for three nights in a row and were awarded an unprecedented 90-minute Saturday evening slot on the Pyramid stage at Glastonbury Festival in 1997 just before Radiohead. Not bad, considering that they also partied harder than an Ewok.

Since they got back together in 2008, they played an extremely successful set of reunion shows culminating in an overwhelming finale at the Glastonbury Festival – their second home in the 1990s – where an exuberant Will Young was spotted ‘dancing like he was on something’ at the side of the stage. Bless.

Besides the hits, Staying Out For The Summer, So Let Me Go Far, Making The Most Of, If You’re Thinkin Of Me, Melodies Haunt You, In A Room, and the epic Grassman – (I mean, I could go on) Dodgy have started introducing potential new hits into the set. As anyone who has seen Dodgy so far this year will tell you, the Mighty Dodgy Vibe is back and stronger than ever.

 

EDDIE C CAMPBELL

How’s this for blues pedigree? Born to sharecroppers in Duncan, Mississippi, in 1939, Eddie C Campbell was raised on Chicago’s West Side, alongside the likes of Magic Sam, Willie Dixon, Little Walter and others.

Shortly after moving to the “Windy City”, his mother brought him to the 1125 Club on Madison Avenue to meet legendary bluesman Muddy Waters, who told Eddie he could sit in with the band if he learned how to play. Four years later and with guitar in hand, Eddie returned to the club, played a scorching rendition of “Still a Fool” and earned a spot on the bandstand. He was twelve years old. The rest, you could say, is blues history: his tee nyears on the nightclub circuit honing his chops with such top-players as Luther Allison, Magic Sam, Big Monroe, Willie Buckner and Pee Wee Madison.

Eddie soon became one of the West Side’s most popular and flamboyant musicians, riding around on a purple motorcycle, sporting a red Fender Jazzmaster guitar, learning karate and – all music aside – wining sixteen knockouts as an amateur boxer. Campbell toured with Otis Rush and Mighty Joe Young before becoming band director for Jimmy Reed. He visited Europe in 1979 with the Amercian Blues Legends Tour.

Over the years, Eddie C Campbell had established a playing style all his own: jaunty, irresistibly danceable rhythms overlaid with lithe guitar lines, often placed so tightly in the pocket of the beat that his lead guitar almost double as a rhythm instrument. We welcome this Blues legend to Rhythm Festival 2011.

 

Rhythm Festival: The Details

Rhythm Festival 2011

Friday 26th to Sunday 28th August, 2011

The Mansion House, Old Warden Park, near Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, SG18 9DX (just off the A1)

 

Weekend tickets: £99 (rising to £110 after July 1st) for an adult (17 years and older), with the option of a free child/ youth ticket (aged 5-16) when bought at the same time. Under 5s are free when accompanied by a ticket-holding adult – no ticket required. Camping is extra and is charged per tent, not per person.

 

Camping tickets start at £30 per tent and £45 per campervan/ caravan.

 

Day tickets are now on sale priced at £45 (Friday) and £49 (Saturday and Sundfay, each day) for an adult (17 years and older), with the option of a free child/ youth ticket (aged 5-16) when bought at the same time. Under 5s are free when accompanied by a ticket-holding adult – no ticket required.

Tickets and information from: http://www.rhythmfestival.com

(No booking fee: £1 per order handling charge.

 

Rhythm Festival: The Background

Rhythm Festival was founded in 2006 by veteran music promoter and writer, Jim Driver, and was held until 2010 at Twinwood Arena, Clapham, Bedfordshire. Rhythm Festival aims to be different from other outdoor music festivals, by being smaller, friendlier and geared towards the customer. Says Jim Driver: “Rhythm is a family festival for people who like festivals but who don’t like rip-off burgers, terrible food and indifferent booze.”

Over the first five years Rhythm Festival headliners have included Jerry Lee Lewis, Alabama 3, Donovan, Roy Harper, Seth Lakeman, The Levellers, The Proclaimers, John Mayall’s Blues Breakers, Jefferson Starship, Joe Bonamassa, Big Star and (not!) Ike Turner (who was booked twice but who never actually showed up!)


RHYTHM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCE MORE ACTS AND NEW STAGE

June 24, 2011

More Acts Announced For Rhythm Festival 2011: Pretty Things, Saint Jude, Tracie Hunter Band plus new Secret Showcase Stage plus Festival Coaches and Yippee Yurts set to make “Britain’s Happiest Music Festival” even happier! With ticket sales breaking all previous records, Rhythm Festival 2011 has announced more acts to join headliners Toots & The Maytals, Imelda May, singer/songwriter Nick Lowe, Stax songwriter and guitarist Steve Cropper (Otis Redding, Booker T & the MG’s, Blues Brothers), Cream bassist, songwriter and vocalist Jack Bruce, punk legends Buzzcocks, Dodgy, The Blockheads and comedy legend Mark Steel at this family-friendly Bedfordshire weekend music festival. Back in the early 1960s three bands were at the forefront of the British R&B Scene, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and The Pretty Things (Sunday). The Pretties were always one step ahead of the opposition in their creativity and were considered by the media as the true “bad boys” of rock. This, coupled with a refusal to compromise for mainstream success, meant that the Pretty Things never hit the level of stadium heroes, which is our gain. Still featuring original members Phil May and founding Rolling Stone Dick May, the Pretty Things today are a revelation and cannot be missed. Led by soul-rock diva Lynne Jackaman, Saint Jude (Sunday) are fast becoming the patron saints of live music, restoring a lost faith in rock wherever they play. They go into 2011 with a clutch of outstanding reviews behind them; Q magazine, Classic Rock and many others could not praise their recently released debut album ‘Diary of a Soul Fiend’, highly enough. Classic Rock included them in the ‘Ones to Watch In 2011? supplement issue and treated readers to the single ‘Soul on Fire’. They are already confirmed for Glastonbury, Guilfest, the Isle of Wight and Rhythm Festival. Comparisons don’t come easy when describing Tracie Hunter (Saturday) as she and her band – now featuring Blues guitar hero Todd Sharpville – produce gutsy rock overlaid with great style and groove. Tracie’s vocals are unmistakable, with character and passion dripping from every note. We are pleased and proud to have her at Rhythm Festival. Secret Showcase Stage Announced Rhythm Festival is very pleased to announce that a new stage, programmed by Samantha Jean Scuffham of London’s Secret Showcase, will be presenting young up-and-coming acts from around the world. The full line-up of the Secret Showcase Stage will be announced shortly. Many more acts will be announced over all stages in coming weeks. Festival Coaches & Rhythm Festival Shuttle Announced Rhythm is getting even GREENER: this year we have teamed up with Festival Coaches to offer a low carbon alternative to the car – coaches and shuttles! Couldn’t be easier to reduce our festivals emissions and get you there in a convenient low cost way, (it’s a whopping reduction of around 67% on emissions!) So whether you are a secret eco warrior or just wanting to meet others jump on board the service that suits you and help save the planet. Pre-book for shuttles to ensure you have a seat, we do offer pay on the day for remaining unsold seats on a first come first served basis. Shuttle services are running from Biggleswade Railway Station on Friday 26th and Monday 29th August. There is also a direct to site coach service running from London Paddington – adult (17+) fare £33.00 return, kids fare (5-16) £15.00, kids under 5 travel free. Yippee Yurts & Beautiful Belltents for Rhythm Festival 2011 Rhythm Festival has teamed up with their friends Yippee Yurts to offer a cosy camping option for this year’s festival. Imagine arriving on site to find one of their cosy Yippee Yurts or Beautiful Belltents ready and waiting… no lugging around of camping gear, no having to erect a tent, (maybe in the dark) and no nylon nightmare for three days! Imagine instead, driving to a reserved parking to find a portering service for your luggage, a natural canvas yurt or belltent with full standing headroom waiting for you in the exclusive and strategically sited Yippee Village, with the Yippee Crew on hand to attend to your every need plus use of the Yurt guest’s covered VIP chillout space and exclusive barbeques! Rhythm Festival: The Details Rhythm Festival 2011 Friday 26th to Sunday 28th August, 2011 The Mansion House, Old Warden Park, near Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, SG18 9DX (just off the A1) Weekend tickets: £99 (rising to £110 on July 1st) for an adult (17 years and older), with the option of a free child/ youth ticket (aged 5-16) when bought at the same time. Under 5s are free when accompanied by a ticket-holding adult – no ticket required. Camping is extra and is charged per tent, not per person. Camping tickets start at £30 per tent and £45 per campervan/ caravan. Day tickets are now on sale priced at £45 (Friday) and £49 (Saturday and Sundfay, each day) for an adult (17 years and older), with the option of a free child/ youth ticket (aged 5-16) when bought at the same time. Under 5s are free when accompanied by a ticket-holding adult – no ticket required. Tickets from: http://www.rhythmfestival.com (No booking fee: £1 per order handling charge for website orders). Rhythm Festival Credit Card Hotline (operated by the Mansion House at Old Warden Park) 01767 626262 (Mon-Sat 9am-5pm; please note 5% service charge aded to all telephone orders). NEW: Tickets now available to personal callers at face value at Bedford Tourist Information Office, Town Hall, St Paul’s Square, Bedford MK40 1SJ Tel: 01234 221712 (Open Mon-Sat 9am-4.30pm; Sundays 10am-2pm). Rhythm Festival: The Background Rhythm Festival was founded in 2006 by veteran music promoter and writer, Jim Driver, and was held until 2010 at Twinwood Arena, Clapham, Bedfordshire. Rhythm Festival aims to be different from other outdoor music festivals, by being smaller, friendlier and geared towards the customer. Says Jim Driver: “Rhythm is a family festival for people who like festivals but who don’t like rip-off burgers, terrible food and indifferent booze.” Over the first five years Rhythm Festival headliners have included Jerry Lee Lewis, Alabama 3, Donovan, Roy Harper, Seth Lakeman, The Levellers, The Proclaimers, John Mayall’s Blues Breakers, Jefferson Starship, Joe Bonamassa, Big Star and (not!) Ike Turner (who was booked twice but who never actually showed up!)


Wychwood Sunday

June 6, 2010

After a lazy start I arrive at Wychwood in time tocatch the Irish  sensational band ” Kila” real Gaelic music performed in the native tongue . in an array of pipes ,drums and whistles , the audience seem a bit slow to get up and into this ,however after a few songs there a few jiggers enjoying the show.

Just before the set ends the heavens open and there is the most almighty downpour the full monty  including thunder and lightning . a river flows through the press tent causing computers to be unplugged and bags lifted to higher places , the hardcore fans use deckchairs for shelter others retreat to the big top or any other shelter they can find,  then as suddenly as it starts the clouds move on and the sun returns and the front of the mainstage prepares for Ade  Edmonson and the Bad Shepherds.

Ade and Co arrive onstage and persuade the audience to bahhhhhhh like sheep before launching into their folked up version of  the Sex Pistols classic song Anarchy in the UK , PLC;s  I could Be Wrong, The Jams Down In the Tube Station At Midnight and other classic punk hits all folked up the Shepherd way, Ade cracks jokes with the audience between songs bring roars of laughter. As much as I love watching this band the setlist is getting a bit stale now maybe a few new songs would improve the set? maybe its just me.

Next up on mainstage are The South which turn out to be the highlight of the weekend these guys should have been headline Saturday ,The South ,or as they used to be known the Beautiful south take the stage with classic hit Old Red Eye , this is followed by 2 songs new to me Closer than most and Don’cha.

the rest of the set is like a trip down memory lane with such classics as Little more time,Everybody’s talking, 36D, Rotterdam, Perfect 10,  Song For Whoever and  We are Each Other before finishing the set with Don’t Marry Her, Keep it All In   and Good as Gold, Bloody amazing it was like they had never been away couples hugging singing along old and young alike smiling , dancing, singing , cheering ,this is what Wychwood is about, this is what festivals are about , bringing people together to enjoy and celebrate music .When I meet the band afterwards I am given the setlist which although I would have loved I ask the tour manager to get it signed and given to Lisa Coleman !/2 of the extremely talented and all round lovely people that are Puttyfoot photography (Lisa had been emotionally watching the band reliving happy memories) this done the band come out for pics and a quick chat (here I find out there is a chance of a tour please in the name of all things holy some promoter sort it )

Seth Lakeman is next up the highly motivated fiddler has come on leaps and bounds since I saw him perform live, his band is tight and Seth and Co put on a fantastic performance to an ever thinning crowd work and school monday means the punte3rs have to return to reality .

After a chat with Dan and Co from Ideal PR (who have all done a great job looking after us all weekend) its home time for me too another year another great Wychwood…..Well done Graham and all the team that bring this ever growing family friendly event, shame it cannot be a week long festival

Pictures and Video are on view via http://www.concertphotography.co.uk


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